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"Richard L. Conn" <[log in to unmask]>
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Richard L. Conn
Date:
Wed, 1 Dec 1999 00:00:55 -0500
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Hi, Everyone,

Please note that I put a 7-page writeup from the MSDN
library on its WebBrowser reusable component onto the
website.  This is what I was talking about ... again,
just doing http is pale in comparison to this component.

Rick
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Richard Conn, ASE and PAL Manager
http://xenadu.home.mindspring.com/

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard L. Conn [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 1999 11:25 PM
> To: Team Ada
> Subject: More on our competition
>
>
> Hi, Everyone,
>
> As a follow-on to my last message, here is the
> writeup from the MSDN library on the Visual Basic
> environments available.  VB is one of 6 languages
> available in Visual Studio.  I am using the Enterprise
> edition, and my students at using the Learning edition.
> Note that MSDN (in CDROM, altho I get it in DVD also)
> is available for all editions.
>
> Rick
> ----------------------------------
> Richard Conn, ASE and PAL Manager
> http://xenadu.home.mindspring.com/
>
> Visual Basic Editions
>
>
> Visual Basic is available in three editions, each geared to meet
> a specific set of development requirements. The features
> available to you depend on which product you have purchased.
>
> Visual Basic Enterprise Edition Features
>
> The Enterprise edition allows professionals to create robust
> distributed applications in a team setting. It includes all the
> features of the Professional edition, plus Back Office tools such
> as SQL Server, Microsoft Transaction Server, Internet Information
> Server, Visual SourceSafe, SNA Server, and more. Printed
> documentation provided with the Enterprise edition includes the
> Visual Studio Enterprise Features book plus Microsoft Developer
> Network CDs containing full online documentation.
>
> Visual Basic Professional Edition
>
> The Professional edition provides computer professionals with a
> full-featured set of tools for developing solutions for others.
> It includes all the features of the Learning edition, plus
> additional ActiveX controls, the Internet Information Server
> Application Designer, Integrated Data Tools and Data Environment,
> and the Dynamic HTML Page Designer. Documentation provided with
> the Professional edition includes the Visual Studio Professional
> Features book plus Microsoft Developer Network CDs containing
> full online documentation.
>
> Visual Basic Learning Edition
>
> The Visual Basic Learning edition allows programmers to easily
> create powerful applications for Microsoft Windows and Windows
> NTŪ. It includes all intrinsic controls, plus grid, tab, and
> data-bound controls. Documentation provided with this edition
> includes Learn VB Now (a multimedia CD-ROM title), plus Microsoft
> Developer Network CDs containing full online documentation.
>

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